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If You Have Chronic Back Pain, Chiropractic Care Should Be Part of Your Wellness Routine

How does a chiropractor treat chronic back pain, How does chiropractic care fit in with other treatments, What is chronic bac

If you’re tired of going from doctor to doctor and trying conventional treatments for your back pain, it’s time to try something new. Make chiropractic care part of your wellness routine and get back to enjoying your life.

What is chronic back pain?

Back pain that lasts three months or more is considered chronic, or ongoing. It can affect your upper or lower back and may be combined with other symptoms like tingling or numbness, muscle spasms, or shooting pain. Lower back pain is a very common condition.

Chronic back pain can be caused by an old injury, arthritis, a herniated or bulging disc, or a narrowing of the spinal canal that may lead to nerve pain. This is called spinal stenosis. Sometimes, the cause can’t be pinpointed. No matter what the cause, living with chronic back pain is frustrating and can negatively impact your quality of life.

At our New Hampshire Regenerative Center in Manchester, NH, chiropractors Thomas Pratt and Robin J. Bruck treat patients with chronic back pain and help them incorporate chiropractic care into their overall wellness routine.

How does chiropractic care fit in with other treatments?

Some people want to try conservative treatments like physical therapy, over-the-counter medication that reduces pain and inflammation, massage, and chiropractic care before considering steroid injections or surgery for chronic back pain. In this way, chiropractic care complements other modalities.

How does a chiropractor treat chronic back pain?

When you come in for your consultation, we’ll review your medical history, conduct a thorough examination, and create a personalized treatment plan for your chronic back pain. We usually begin treatment on the same day as your evaluation. We’ll also let you know how often you should come in for adjustments.

We conduct spinal manipulation, also called an adjustment, to bring your spine back into alignment over time. During an adjustment, you’ll feel a quick burst of pressure on a joint. We may also teach you some helpful stretches and provide heat or ice therapy. Our goal is to help you manage your pain so you can enjoy life again.

A holistic approach to wellness

Our team at New Hampshire Regenerative Center has a holistic approach to care. We focus on the overall health and wellness of our patients to bring their bodies back into balance. That’s why we’ll help you manage your chronic back pain, but will also counsel you on weight loss, healthy eating, stretching, and exercise. So, if you have chronic back pain, chiropractic care should be part of your wellness routine.

If you’d like to try this non-invasive approach to treat your chronic back pain and improve your overall health, contact us to schedule a free consultation, call, or use our convenient online booking tool.

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